This is one of the best paper airplanes that I've ever made. It is moderately simple to fold and a very good flier. It is a gentle glider with a "flat" front so if it ever crashes the front won't crinkle up like it would on a airplane with a pointy tip. TIP: If you ever have a Nerf war, you can put a Nerf velcro dart in The Nakamura Lock and throw it at someone. This is very fun.

You like? Well let's get foldin'.

Step 1: What you'll need

This step shows you what you need. A sheet of paper, a pen or pencil, and a ruler. USE A RULER! I DON'T HAVE ONE.
<p>Awesome plane! Works great.</p>
<p>Hoorai i didz it it fliez really whel.</p>
<p>Just made it. Flies very smoothly.</p>
There's a secret to making that particular plane fly better.&nbsp; I'll let you look around for it.&nbsp; <br />
I think I know it. You fold up the back of the wings so they're almost straight up.
<p>incorrect, you bend the wings upward</p>
<p>Interesting, I've been making a very similar plane design I call the PhoeniX, or the Eagle X, which is like this but uses a much more simple and crisp wing design, which is also related to the Delta, a twist on the classic Dart.</p>
my brother wants to know if you poked the dogs eye out with ur paper plane O_O
Umm, no?...
<p>Another group of people call it the F15 Tomahawk.</p>

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